Stroud/Stonehouse match at The Red Lion, Arlingham
After a very foggy and difficult journey, a good evening was had by all with President Mike excelling with a wonderful score of 54. We did manage to win the first leg by 7 pins but them went downhill slightly. Again in a later leg we managed to claw pins back but ended up by losing by 16 pins. One of our better losses !!! so well done to all who took part. My grateful thanks for turning out on a cold and foggy evening – Tina.
Kingsholm match at The Great Western, Gloucester
Another good night for Cheltenham Rotary skittles team and just a loss of 13 pins overall against Kingsholm (all men's team again I hasten to add). However we obviously missed President Mike's good skittling Many thanks to all of you who attended and skittled absolutely fabulously.
Gloucester Match at The Cheese Rollers
Well again many thanks to all who turned out last night which was a very friendly night of skittles with Gloucester - needless to say despite valiant efforts from all our players we lost, Although we did win one leg. Charmian was our champion on the night scoring a fabulous 48. However perhaps we will do better on Monday 13th February which is again at the Cheese Rollers
Gloucester Severn Match at The Cheese Rollers
What can I say except that we came a very ""close"" second but had a wonderful evening with Maurice being the shining light""
Cheltenham - 263 pins
Gloucester Severn A - 340 pins
A win for Gloucester Severn by 77 pins.
more We are supporting All Saints Academy students with small grants to help them access Tertiary Education (e.g. universities).
more At our 6th annual school quiz, 11 teams of 4 pupils from Cheltenham Primary Schools competed at Swindon Village School on 3 April. The winners were Warden Hill School.
more Presentation of proceeds to Winston's Wish and prize to winner
more The answers to the quiz that we organised in aid of Winston's Wish.
more On Saturday 13 April, we participated once more in this annual Event promoted by the Stroke Association in Cheltenham's Regent Arcade.
more As a result of our Christmas collection at Morrisons, Uphatherley, President Simon made presentations to local charities,Open Door, Trussell Trust Food Bank, Cheltenham Animal Shelter and Caring for Communities and People (CCP).
more In aid of End Polio Now, 24 children from the Charlton Kings Junior School planted almost 4000 crocuses at the school entrance after a small team of Rotarians prepared the ground.
more Simon handed over the Presidency to Julia Willetts, who in turn inducted Ian Thomson and David Evans respectively as Senior and Junior Vice Presidents.
more Our 5th annual Primary School Quiz took place at Warden Hill School in March
more We donated. £3500 to Cheltenham General Hospital's appeal for a new scanner for breast cancer as a result of November's sponsored Ten Pin Bowling evening.
more Pictures of this year's crocuses at Sandford Park
more To celebrate World Polio Day - 24th October, and with lots of help from students from All Saints Academy, we planted 2500 crocuses in their grounds.
more The Rotary Club of Cheltenham has presented a new defibrillator to All Saints’ Academy in Cheltenham.
more President David Price presents a donation to Clive and Jill Field from the Cotswold Canals Trust after their fascinating talk to the Club on 19 September.
more A group of 22 pupils from Rowanfield Junior School had an enjoyable afternoon planting 2000 purple crocuses in the design of a Rotary wheel with the words END POLIO NOW and ROTARY carefully cut out.
more A cheque for Â£1600 was presented to Wateraid on 21st February 2017
more Brief of our approach to community work
more Details and pictures from the Treasure Hunt in Painswick
more How we helped the Rock.
more Primary school annual quiz on 25 March 2015
more Raising awareness of the importance of blood pressure tests
more Donation to Air Ambulance
more Preparation of parcels in December 2014
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